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5 fashion podcasts to listen to during the quarantine

From Dior and Gucci talks to Fashion No Filter's duo

5 fashion podcasts to listen to during the quarantine From Dior and Gucci talks to Fashion No Filter's duo

From Bottega Veneta to Prada with its Possible Conversations, more and more brands are presenting special digital projects to entertain their followers and distract them even for a few moments from the difficult situation we are all experiencing. One of the most interesting ways is surely podcasts.

For Dana Schwartz, founder of The Hours Agency and for The Business of Fashion, "they allow fashion brands to tell stories by deeply exploring the content. They increase the brand's storytelling with an investment that costs several hundred euros for equipment and about 30-50 euros per month for online hosting". If the pioneer of the phenomenon was Chanel, which already in 2017 launched 3.55, a production made on the occasion of the closure of the Colette concept store and recorded right in the boutique, now the offer available is very wide. 

nss magazine has selected 5 fashion podcasts to listen to during the quarantine


Dior Talks

This is the official podcast of the French Maison, a series of talks with artists, collaborators and friends that have had an artistic, cultural or intellectual impact on the brand's storytelling. In each episode, charismatic women such as Judy Chicago, Tomaso Binga or Tracey Emin explain their vocation, their work, art and feminism, but also the construction of identity and the essential role of clothing, the representation of gender and its impact on social behaviour. The series began on March 8 with Maria Grazia Chiuri who, in a dialogue with London art historian and curator Katy Hessel, shared the behind-the-scenes story of her work at Dior. The new episode of Dior Talks on the theme of art and feminism focuses on Penny Slinger

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The Gucci Podcast

Launched in 2018, Gucci's podcast series features muses, collaborators and friends of Alessandro Michele who inspired the brand's eclectic evolution. Each episode is recorded in a different location and reveals the many souls of Gucci. The highlights include Florence Welch's poetry book presentation; designer Dapper Dan talking about when he created unique clothes for hip-hop stars in the 1980s and 1990s; Alessandro Michele discussing fashion, art collecting and music with Elton John; chef Massimo Bottura chatting with Marco Bizzarri, Gucci's President and CEO, but also his old school mate.

Listen here.


The Business of Fashion

How are consumers and fashion professionals reacting to the Coronavirus? How did Christian Louboutin turn a red sole into a Status Symbol? The rise of the Resale Economy? Carine Roifield's career secrets? The BoF podcast answers these and many more questions. Launched in January 2020, this audio series reveals the latest news from around the world with interviews and opinions from real fashion insiders. In this period BoF is producing "Special editions" to explore the impact of Coronavirus in the industry. 

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Fashion No Filter

From the Instagram generation for the Instagram generation. Influencers Camille Charriere and journalist Monica Ainley give an ironic and relaxed take on the world of fashion. With friendly and direct conversations like those between friends having a coffee, the two fashion insiders share the trends of the moment, the next it girls, wonder if streetwear is dead or if fashion is really sustainable. In the episodes of Fashion No Filter, Camille and Monica chat with guests such as New York Times fashion editor Vanessa Friedman, documentary filmmaker Loïc Prigent, actress Susan Sarandon and Scandinavian style guru Pernille Teisbaek.

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Solo Moda Sostenibile 

Journalist Silvia Gambi offers a sort of guide on sustainability, telling how the concept is revolutionizing the fashion industry, explaining what greenwashing is, why the fashion industry is so polluting or how to fight the waste of fast fashion. Solo Moda Sostenibile is also a blog where Silvia goes deeper into issues related to green fashion.

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